July’s inflation rate saw an unexpectedly large drop, driven by the price of gas. This could be the beginning of the end of the era of high prices.
Twitter responded in court to Elon Musk’s letter trying to get out of the $44 billion deal. The suit is not a boring read.
The world’s richest man is officially bailing out of his $44 billion deal to buy the company, but Twitter’s board says they’ll meet him in court.
The Federal Reserve just raised rates by the most in 28 years, but its power to tame spiraling prices is limited.
The decline feels like more than just a price reboot or a washout. It points to a systemwide failure.
This inflation problem is bad. Real, real bad.
It’s been a dismal year for everything from 401(k)s to cash savings to crypto. Expect more pain.
For all its cultural influence, the company has never really figured out how to make money.
Russia has been able to defend against the West’s efforts to derail its economy, but longer term damage still looms.
The costs of homes and mortgages are defying gravity.